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Patrick Mahomes II has his most impressive practice yet for Chiefs | ESPN

If the Kansas City Chiefs were encouraged by the most impressive practice session yet for Patrick Mahomes II on Wednesday, they had even more reason for optimism because of the rookie quarterback’s attitude about it afterward.

“It definitely was a good day,’’ Mahomes said. “It’s all about putting these good days back to back and not having bad days.’’

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes focusing on consistency during minicamp | The Kansas City Star

“(Today) was a progression and I just want to keep trying to getting better every single day,” said Mahomes, who spent three years at Texas Tech. “It’s all about just putting these good days back to back and not having bad days.”

Doing their own thing in offseason pays off for Justin Houston, Eric Berry, Marcus Peters | ESPN

Things worked out well for both despite their absences. Houston led the NFL in sacks in 2014 with 22. Berry has been the Chiefs’ MVP in each of the past two seasons, though he shared the award with Alex Smith in 2015.

Photo Gallery: Minicamp Day 2 | Chiefs.com

Bennie Logan convinced to join KC Chiefs by Spencer Ware | The Kansas City Star

“He would tell me about the chemistry they have here, how tight they are, the scheme,” Logan said. “We played together at LSU, so he’s a guy I trust.

“And I’ve seen the things Kansas City has been doing over the years and I wanted to be a part of it, to help them go farther than they did last year.”

With Maclin out, Chiefs look to fill new wide receiver roles | AP

"I'm still coming out here and doing what they ask me to do," Conley said. "I'm moving around to different spots, doing some different things that Jeremy was doing. Other than that, things are really the same. I think we're getting on a good page with our quarterbacks."

Jeremy Maclin says Baltimore Ravens 'just felt right' | ESPN

"With me coming here and what was already here, I felt like this was a team that could definitely win and definitely build something special," Maclin said. "From a football standpoint, it made the most sense."

Torrey Smith gives 49ers shout out for cutting him earlier than Chiefs cut Jeremy Maclin | Niners Nation

“I think it’s kind of messed up he got released late,” said Smith, who inked a three-year, $15 million deal with the Eagles back in March that contains little in the way of guaranteed money. “Shout out to San Fran for letting me know early because I would have been pissed the hell off if they would have cut me late in the offseason. But it’s the nature of the business. Nothing is ever set in stone and that’s just how it happens.